LAHORE – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced to take legal action against the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for not playing scheduled series with Pakistan as per contract.
PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan made this announcement on Thursday.
Addressing a news conference, the PCB Chairman stated that there was no chance of an India-Pakistan series taking place.
He said that there was no option but to take legal action against BCCI, since according to the MoU between PCB and BCCI, India was supposed to play two cricket series with Pakistan.
“We have prepared a legal case against the BCCI,” he said. “We will be sending a legal notice to them for violating the agreement,” he added.
Shaharyar Khan said that the board was closely monitoring the Big Three matter and in its meeting with ICC, PCB would oppose the Big Three.
“The meeting with ICC officials will be held in April,” said Shaharyar Khan.
The PCB Chairman also spoke of the World XI coming to Pakistan in September and said that ICC representative Jiles Clark was satisfied with the security arrangements.